Tom Trapp

Solutions & Technology IT Consultant (Co-Founder)

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Tom Trapp has been working in IT for over eight years, but his theoretical and practical IT experience goes back to childhood. At the age of 15 he decided to embark on an IT career and completed an apprenticeship as a IT technician at Novartis in Basel. He completed this apprenticeship with flying colors and then found a direct entry into professional life and into IT consulting. Tom has been involved in building up and developing the company since the beginning of the year at b-nova. He is also responsible for conception, advice and development in the Solutions & Technology division. In addition to his professional passion for technology and innovation, he is an avid athlete, musician and motorcyclist.

Motivation coupled with the motto 'learning by doing'!
Tom Trapp

Meine Blogposts

This time we will take a closer look at the AWS Serverless Application Model (SAM). We will build a small REST-API, which should read something from a DynamoDB via Lambda Functions. We will test and deploy this small application locally.

In the third TechUp on the topic of serverless, we look at the development of serverless components and show how they are deployed. In this TechUp we take a closer look at the AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK).

In the second TechUp on serverless, we look at the different serverless architecture patterns and discuss when it makes sense to use serverless.

The Kubernetes Gateway API is intended to standardize and simplify the configuration and use of different API gateways within a Kubernetes environment. Let's take a closer look at this using the Cilium API gateway as an example.

After taking a closer look at the IdP and SAML, we will now get to know OAuth 2.0 and OpenID Connect (OIDC).

Authentication & Authorisation usually play a central role in the DevOps landscape. We want to take a look at the theory behind IdP and its probably best-known authentication method SAML.

In the first part of our AWS native series, we will take a closer look at a very well-known service from Amazon Web Services. We will also learn about the concept behind a CDN.

Does NextJS make the frontend framework React really production-ready? We take a close look at different concepts and their NextJS implementations.

This time we want to cause chaos using the open-source Litmus software and highlight the pros & cons that we encountered when using it in a hands-on demo of Litmus.

In a past techup we already got to know Telepresence theoretically, now we want to try it out, explore the limits and shed light on the advantages and disadvantages.